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Fourteen Months into the Covid-19 Pandemic: What We Miss the Most

Redlener, Irwin E.; Hansen, Sean E.; Esposito, Lauren D.; Sury, Jonathan

As the U.S. continues to emerge from the deadliest pandemic in over one hundred years, vaccination rates among Americans have steadily risen, and public health guidelines that have been in place for over a year are increasingly relaxed. In short, Americans are readjusting to a “new normal.” But what this “new normal” looks like for many Americans remains unclear.

To better understand what Americans are most looking forward to, the National Center for Disaster Preparedness (NCDP) at Columbia University’s Earth Institute partnered with the Marist Institute for Public Opinion to survey Americans and better understand what they are most looking forward to doing – or what getting back to ‘normal’ means to them.

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May 18, 2021